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May 10, 2020 at 12:35 pm #72239
A registered sex offender did not break the law by hiring a 16-year-old boy to work for his landscaping business, the New Hampshire Supreme Court rule
[See the full post at: N.H. court sides with sex offender who hired minor]
May 11, 2020 at 9:08 pm #72252
You can bet for sure that, the Lower Court will somehow rule against this guy again. It will go back and forth, until it goes up to The U.S. ‘Supremely Corrupt’ Court, and they’ll most likely rule against this guy, just for GP. I wonder. Why did she wait several months to look him up instead of immediately? I have a few ideas as to why, but I’m not sure as to the Validity of any of them, so I’ll avoid bringing them up. What I’m sure of though is this:
Things like this will not stop, until a new U.S. Congress, that isn’t afraid of ‘The Modern-Day Pharisees’, eliminates The Registry altogether and finally grows A Spine strong enough to do it!!
May 12, 2020 at 12:31 am #72256
H n H
If his conviction is overturned, you can bet your life the law will cover this to make it illegal. Regardless of whether or not it was right or wrong, someone will use the appeal as a platform for a new law which he/she will exploit to get another term in office.
May 12, 2020 at 1:48 pm #72266
Tim in WI
Just more of the ” clearest proof” of punitive intent here. It would have been nice to have a url to the court’ s opinion. The article limits its discussion to the point surrounding narrow tailoring of the law to predominately protecting under age people by law knitting the convicted from activities ( employment) involving kids in general. The remand here was on that issue, which is good for the registrant, but keeps the people’s reference to benevolent intent intact.
May 15, 2020 at 9:18 am #72440
Oh, you can bet your bottom dollar the state will move quickly to amend their sex offender registry law to make this a criminal act. You all know as well as I do in most instances states legislate their way around an unfavorable court ruling.